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Название: Applied Biochemistry And Biotechnology. Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals. The Twenty-Fifth Symposium
Авторы: Nelson R., Walsh M., Sheehan J.
A methodology was developed to estimate quantities of crop residues that
can be removed while maintaining rain or wind erosion at less than or equal
to the tolerable soil-loss level. Six corn and wheat rotations in the 10 largest
corn-producing states were analyzed. Residue removal rates for each rota
tion were evaluated for conventional, mulch/reduced, and no-till field
operations. The analyses indicated that potential removable maximum quan
tities range from nearly 5.5 million dry metric t/yr for a continuous corn
rotation using conventional till in Kansas to more than 97 million dry metric
t/yr for a corn-wheat rotation using no-till in Illinois.